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Several generations of managers have been taught to "Do the right thing, then do it right." It has a logic all of its own doesn't it? What's the use of being highly effective is you are highly effective at the wrong thing? But what if the obsession with doing the right thing is itself harmful? What if you don't know the right thing to do until you have do something? What if you need to do something in order to know what is right and what is wrong? Rather than analyse before doing anything, it may well be cheaper and faster with modern tools to do something, and then analyse what happens before deciding what to do next. But only if you can iterate: do something, learn and go around again. In this session Allan Kelly will present an alternative, possibly heretical, view of the world and argue that doing things right is essential if you are to do the right thing.